Led by a team of industry veterans, AdvantageGo has been an innovator in commercial P&C and specialty market insurance software for more than 25 years. With a rise in the volume and format of data to analyse, insurers need to quickly and accurately evaluate structured and unstructured data delivered through various channels. AdvantageGo’s disruptive technologies offer insurers the IT agility to create and execute an intelligent digital strategy in today’s digital-led landscape.
As the industry’s burgeoning insurtech sector shows no sign of slowing down, we have spent months compiling a list of 100 insurtech firms we believe have the potential to transform the industry—and thus to succeed as companies in their own right. This list was compiled based on the results of a global online survey which prompted our readers to nominate companies they have been impressed with. This was complemented by the work of our in-house research team and the knowledge of our editorial staff. The companies featured here are of all sizes and many are far from startups—what they have in common is their ability to make a tangible and positive difference to aspects of the risk transfer industry globally.
B3i was established in 2018 as a market-owned venture to build, operate and govern a peer-to-peer business network and to build distributed applications for its users. These applications run on the network and enable P2P transactions between them, representing fully digitised contracts and business processes.
London-headquartered ChainThat is an insurance blockchain solutions provider. The company works with business leaders across the insurance industry who have a problem extracting business value from technology.
California-based CyberCube delivers data-driven cyber analytics built specifically for the insurance industry. CyberCube is focused on solving the most difficult and important cyber risk challenges in insurance with analytics.
Founded in 2014 and spun out of the University of Cambridge, Cytora aims to transform underwriting for commercial insurance. The Cytora platform provides easy-to-integrate application program interfaces that enrich and automate underwriting, distribution, and portfolio management.
Digital Fineprint (DFP) is a London-based insurance technology provider that solves data challenges in commercial insurance and enables insurers and brokers to build more profitable, long-term relationships with small businesses.
e2Value assists with all insurance-to-value (ITV), risk management and collateral value monitoring needs.
QOMPLX (formerly Fractal Industries) makes it faster and easier for organisations to integrate all of the disparate data sources across the enterprise into a unified analytics infrastructure to make better decisions at scale.
R3 is the developer of the enterprise blockchain Corda which is being used across a broad range of enterprise use cases. It has fast become one of the most dominant blockchain platforms in the insurance industry, according to the company, with many of the largest and most prominent insurance blockchain consortia building their applications on Corda.
Xceedance is an insurance-focused consulting, technology, and managed services company, supporting re/insurers, brokers and programme administrators/managing general agents (MGA) worldwide. The Boston-based company enhances the resources and technologies of insurance organisations—boosting workflow efficiency, enterprise service to policyholders, and profitability.